Porsche Museum

The spectacular car museum brings Porsche history to life.


A rare all-rounder

The Porsche 597 “Jagdwagen” started life as a design submitted by Porsche in response to a call to tender by the German army during the 1950s. With its switchable all-wheel drive and trough-like monocoque bodyshell, it could withstand almost any type of terrain – both on land and water. However, only 71 units of the off-road vehicle were built.


Brothers forever

For many years, Stefan Bellof was considered the greatest talent produced by Germany. He made a name for himself in the Porsche 956 – the car that he was also driving in the accident that killed him. The memory of this high-flyer is kept alive by his brother Georg.


Record attempt with a Porsche 935

At the end of the 1970s, Jean-Claude Rude pursued his dream of becoming the fastest cyclist in the world: 240 km/h was the breathtaking speed that the French professional cyclist was aiming to beat – in the slipstream of a Porsche 935 Turbo. Racing driver Henri Pescarolo, who was behind the wheel of the Porsche still remembers it as if it were yesterday.

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